Sally Chivers

Episode 11: Boomers who Rock

AboutWrinkle RadioResearch Writing Videos Projects MediaTeachingContact Episode 11: Boomers who Rock In this episode:Thinking of rocking into your retirement? Want to know more about your aging rockstar idols? Featuring Stephen Katz (Professor Emeritus, Sociology, Trent University) talking with host Sally Chivers about: How he learned to play the drums Wanting to be a Beatle Why […]

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Episode 9: Dignity and Joy

AboutWrinkle RadioResearch Writing Videos Projects MediaTeachingContact Episode 9: Dignity and Joy In this episode: how the conditions for dignity are the conditions for joy in nursing home care. Featuring Susan Braedley (Professor of Social Work and Director of the Institute for Political Economy at Carleton University) talking with host Sally Chivers about: what constitutes joy

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Episode 4: Aging for Mortals

Episode 4: Aging for Mortals In this episode: What if we started from the knowledge that, no matter what, we will die? And that if we’re lucky, we’ll grow old first? How would that change how we live? How would that change our politics?  Featuring Albert Banerjee (NBHRF Chair in Community Health and Aging and Assistant Professor

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“With Friends Like These”: Unpacking Panicked Metaphors for Population Ageing

“With Friends Like These”: Unpacking Panicked Metaphors for Population Ageing Date: July 1, 2021 Published in: Societies MDPI Available here for free Age studies scholars have long noted problems with using a tsunami metaphor to describe population ageing. Age-friendly offers a new way to respond to an increase in older adults. Though critical gerontologists identify

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